Trains: Steaming! Pulling! Huffing! PDF ó Trains:

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10 thoughts on “Trains: Steaming! Pulling! Huffing!

  1. midnightfaerie midnightfaerie says:

    This is a favorite of ours Having checked it out multiple times from the library, my 2 yr old twins almost 3 can t get enough of this book They re big fans of trains by trains alone in books don t do it for them This one they fight over I m not sure if it s the neat imagery, or the rhyming words, or the neat pictures that do it, but even I enjoy reading this to them I also love how you have to turn the book sideways for some of the pictures and reading, which gives it a fun twist I ll pr This is a favorite of ours Having checked it out multiple times from the library, my 2 yr old twins almost 3 can t get enough of this book They re big fans of trains by trains alone in books don t do it for them This one they fight over I m not sure if it s the neat imagery, or the rhyming words, or the neat pictures that do it, but even I enjoy reading this to them I also love how you have to turn the book sideways for some of the pictures and reading, which gives it a fun twist I ll probably end up buying this one for them


  2. Kerri Kerri says:

    My youngest loves trains, so of course I got this book for him He enjoyed it The illustrations were cute and the it was fun to read My only problem was that a couple of the pages were sideways on the screen and when you flip device to read the page the whole thing shifts I didn t like having to change the view while reading the book Overall the book was wonderful and like I said my son loved it.


  3. Rebecca Davis Rebecca Davis says:

    A wonderful picture book about trains presented in a mixed media format The artwork has a vintage vibe to it The rhyme structure worked well as did all the train noises Lots of little details that a person could point out as they were reading either during story time or one on one I can see train fans loving this book


  4. Lisa Lisa says:

    Both the words and eclectic illustrations were really appealing, making it a fun book to be read aloud or just pored over silently I particularly liked the SF setting near the end with discussion of the commuter train A couple of the retro illustrations just felt dated, but all in all, pretty fun.


  5. elizrdbthspeaks elizrdbthspeaks says:

    who loves trains such a great read, love the illustrations well done i ve always loved trains so quick, i know this will be one you will add to your bookshelf to read every night to your little one.


  6. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    Not enough of a plot for my preschoolers and too long for my toddlers, this one would make a great one on one read with a kid who loves trains Lots of cool pictures to pour over and enjoy.


  7. Sara Bland Sara Bland says:

    This is a very fun, interactive book about trains Every page is a flow of rhyming train information that goes throughout the entire book Some words pop out at you in big, bold fonts, while others are quietly written in, small and unassuming Just when you think you understand the style of the book, all of a sudden the page is sideways and you re flipping it over Very well illustrated with many little details hidden throughout I would recommend this book for students pre K through 2nd grade This is a very fun, interactive book about trains Every page is a flow of rhyming train information that goes throughout the entire book Some words pop out at you in big, bold fonts, while others are quietly written in, small and unassuming Just when you think you understand the style of the book, all of a sudden the page is sideways and you re flipping it over Very well illustrated with many little details hidden throughout I would recommend this book for students pre K through 2nd grade This is a very fun read and would be great for students who are learning about the railcar system


  8. Aleece Aleece says:

    This is a story about trains that looks at all the types of trains that you may find and the different journeys that you can go on during a train ride.This was cute for kids who like trains and the text is simple enough for kids to understand I thought that if there was a focus on specific trains on separate pages it may have drawnattention to the different types of trains but overall a good story for children who love all things trains.


  9. Rachel Rachel says:

    This was another book I found to feed my son s train obsession The rhyming text tells of all different kinds of trains and what they do I enjoyed the mixed media collage illustrations, which included clip art, maps, original drawings and etchings, though at times they seem a little cluttered Recommended for ages 2 6, 4 stars.


  10. Janae Janae says:

    I give it a 4, but W would probably give it a 3.5 She s from Easton where we are currently living It s very poetic and has a good, fast paced rhythm to it The illustrations are unique kind of 50s esque My toddler son really likes a good plot, though, and this just isn t that type of book.


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Trains: Steaming! Pulling! Huffing! [Download] ➾ Trains: Steaming! Pulling! Huffing! By Patricia Hubbell – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Trains, trains, trains Giant engines snorting, puffing, steaming, pulling, rushing, huffing All kinds of trains, from cabooses to hoppers and commuter trains to zoo trains, clickety clack along the tr Trains, trains, trains Giant engines snorting, puffing, steaming, pulling, rushing, huffing All kinds of trains, from cabooses to hoppers and commuter trains to zoo trains, clickety clack along the tracks The mixed media illustrations using clip art, etchings, original drawings, and maps will remind parents and grandparents of an earlier time Children will enjoy the collages, puns, and delightful wordplay throughout.

  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Trains: Steaming! Pulling! Huffing!
  • Patricia Hubbell
  • English
  • 03 June 2018
  • 0761451943

About the Author: Patricia Hubbell

Patricia Hubbell has been writing poetry since she was eleven years old In , her Wrapping Paper Romp was selected as aParents Magazine Book of the Year Patricia Hubbell lives with her husband, Harold Hornstein, in Easton, Connecticut, the small town where she was born Remembering how much their children and grandchildren loved to bounce when they were very young prompted her to write Bouncing Time Bouncing is one of the joyous things little kids do, she says It reflects their constant enthusiasm.


10 thoughts on “Trains: Steaming! Pulling! Huffing!

  1. midnightfaerie midnightfaerie says:

    This is a favorite of ours Having checked it out multiple times from the library, my 2 yr old twins almost 3 can t get enough of this book They re big fans of trains by trains alone in books don t do it for them This one they fight over I m not sure if it s the neat imagery, or the rhyming words, or the neat pictures that do it, but even I enjoy reading this to them I also love how you have to turn the book sideways for some of the pictures and reading, which gives it a fun twist I ll pr This is a favorite of ours Having checked it out multiple times from the library, my 2 yr old twins almost 3 can t get enough of this book They re big fans of trains by trains alone in books don t do it for them This one they fight over I m not sure if it s the neat imagery, or the rhyming words, or the neat pictures that do it, but even I enjoy reading this to them I also love how you have to turn the book sideways for some of the pictures and reading, which gives it a fun twist I ll probably end up buying this one for them

  2. Kerri Kerri says:

    My youngest loves trains, so of course I got this book for him He enjoyed it The illustrations were cute and the it was fun to read My only problem was that a couple of the pages were sideways on the screen and when you flip device to read the page the whole thing shifts I didn t like having to change the view while reading the book Overall the book was wonderful and like I said my son loved it.

  3. Rebecca Davis Rebecca Davis says:

    A wonderful picture book about trains presented in a mixed media format The artwork has a vintage vibe to it The rhyme structure worked well as did all the train noises Lots of little details that a person could point out as they were reading either during story time or one on one I can see train fans loving this book

  4. Lisa Lisa says:

    Both the words and eclectic illustrations were really appealing, making it a fun book to be read aloud or just pored over silently I particularly liked the SF setting near the end with discussion of the commuter train A couple of the retro illustrations just felt dated, but all in all, pretty fun.

  5. elizrdbthspeaks elizrdbthspeaks says:

    who loves trains such a great read, love the illustrations well done i ve always loved trains so quick, i know this will be one you will add to your bookshelf to read every night to your little one.

  6. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    Not enough of a plot for my preschoolers and too long for my toddlers, this one would make a great one on one read with a kid who loves trains Lots of cool pictures to pour over and enjoy.

  7. Sara Bland Sara Bland says:

    This is a very fun, interactive book about trains Every page is a flow of rhyming train information that goes throughout the entire book Some words pop out at you in big, bold fonts, while others are quietly written in, small and unassuming Just when you think you understand the style of the book, all of a sudden the page is sideways and you re flipping it over Very well illustrated with many little details hidden throughout I would recommend this book for students pre K through 2nd grade This is a very fun, interactive book about trains Every page is a flow of rhyming train information that goes throughout the entire book Some words pop out at you in big, bold fonts, while others are quietly written in, small and unassuming Just when you think you understand the style of the book, all of a sudden the page is sideways and you re flipping it over Very well illustrated with many little details hidden throughout I would recommend this book for students pre K through 2nd grade This is a very fun read and would be great for students who are learning about the railcar system

  8. Aleece Aleece says:

    This is a story about trains that looks at all the types of trains that you may find and the different journeys that you can go on during a train ride.This was cute for kids who like trains and the text is simple enough for kids to understand I thought that if there was a focus on specific trains on separate pages it may have drawnattention to the different types of trains but overall a good story for children who love all things trains.

  9. Rachel Rachel says:

    This was another book I found to feed my son s train obsession The rhyming text tells of all different kinds of trains and what they do I enjoyed the mixed media collage illustrations, which included clip art, maps, original drawings and etchings, though at times they seem a little cluttered Recommended for ages 2 6, 4 stars.

  10. Janae Janae says:

    I give it a 4, but W would probably give it a 3.5 She s from Easton where we are currently living It s very poetic and has a good, fast paced rhythm to it The illustrations are unique kind of 50s esque My toddler son really likes a good plot, though, and this just isn t that type of book.

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